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The SureColor T7270, according to their website, supports PostScript only as an option. So if your printer doesn't have that option installed, you'll get this message (which is way better than a 44" wide mess of PostScript code). EPSON tends to keep their languages "close to the chest" in terms of sharing what their internal proprietary commands and codes mean to folks like us that are just interrogating the job to figure out what its specs are, but you can try to submit a print file to Support through the normal portals and we can attempt to figure it out if EPSON won't help us.
I haven't looked at the Standard Driver for the SureColor T-series, but if there is an option to emit HP GL2 or ESC/P, try those out. ESC/P would be your better option.
Thanks Scott! We'll check on the printer, and if it doesn't have PostScript, we'll see if the standard driver has an ESC/P option.
It turns out that the department that owns the printer decided at the time not to add the PostScript option. Now they know that they need too add PostScript and will be doing so.
Thanks again for the answer!